Monday, January 31, 2011

QSK - KW Series Active Loudspeakers


KW122 |  KW152  |  KW153  |  KW181

Features

  • K Series performance in a lightweight, birch design
  • 1000 watt Class D power modules in all models (2 x 500 W continuous)
  • Extensive DSP featuring DEEP™ and Intrinsic Correction™ enhances system performance
  • DMT™ (Directivity Matched Transition) ensures uniform coverage across the entire sound field
  • Rugged, texture-painted birch enclosures
  • Four-position Mic/Line gain (full-range models)
  • Tour-grade 16 gauge steel grilles
  • Comfortable ergonomic handles
  • 35 mm pole sockets with Tilt-Direct™ on KW122 and KW152, standard (non-tilt) pole socket on KW153
  • M10 rigging points for suspended installation (full-range models)
  • KW122 also functions as stage monitor
Building on the success of our K Series, the KW Series represents the next evolutionary step in wood enclosure loudspeakers. Our system engineers have created the KW Series to feature all the groundbreaking electronic attributes of our popular K Series while at the same time designing a product that is both smaller and significantly lighter than previous wood enclosure models.

High Output: Like K Series, each of the four KW Series models features a QSC designed, 1000 watt (2 x 500 W continuous) Class D power module. And continuing in the K Series tradition, every model is fitted with the identical high-output 1.75" HF device (full-range models) and woofers of the same high quality design, regardless of speaker size.

Defined Coverage Area: Directivity Matched Transition (DMT™) provides for matched LF and HF coverage across the entire listening area, eliminating unnatural "dead" or "hot" frequency zones.

DSP: Extensive signal processing is employed throughout, providing levels of sonic clarity and total output that defy all expectations for a product in this category:
  • Intrinsic Correction™, first featured in our high-end line array products maps 65-75 spatially-averaged measurements to IIR and FIR filters that actively adjust time, frequency and amplitude response to a maximally flat bandpass target. The result is a speaker that behaves equally well across the entire sound field.
  • DEEP™ and excursion limiting allow for extended low-frequency response by actively managing low-frequency transients without degradation of the underlying signal or adjacent frequencies.
  • GuardRail™ protection, first introduced on our GX Series amplifiers protects both the amplifier module and your performance from unnatural and destructive clipping.
Connectivity: KW Series features a four-position mic / line gain switch that allows for connection of a wide variety of devices. Combo XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs accept both mic and line level input while a set of RCA phono inputs (except KW181) allow additional connectivity to portable MP3 players, CD players and line-level mixers. Up to three audio sources can be mixed internally and summed to a balanced output for "daisy-chaining" of multiple units. Separate direct outputs are also provided on each channel for additional output flexibility.

Control: On-board switches provide preset EQ settings. The HF setting (full-range models) can be set to VOCAL BOOST for additional presence in the critical mid-frequency area or FLAT for accurate reproduction of the incoming signal. The LF switch can be set to NORM, DEEP™ for additional bass extension, or EXT SUB (full-range models) for use with an external subwoofer. The rear panel LED switch can be set to POWER, illuminating the front-mounted LED when the unit is powered on, OFF for applications where it is not desirable to illuminate the front LED, or LIMIT which indicates to the system operator that the clip limiter circuit has been engaged during operation.

Tilt-Direct™: The KW122 and KW152 feature a unique Tilt-Direct™ pole cup mounting system. A simple turn of the dial engages a 7.5 degree downward tilt of the speaker allowing acoustic energy to be kept on the audience and off reflective surfaces for applications where maximum coverage from a high-positioned speaker is desired.

Remote Gain: Remote gain control capability is offered via a potentiometer (not included) connected to the on-board Phoenix-Style connector. In an installed application, multiple KW Series speakers can be "daisy-chained" for total gain control from a single remote pot. Auto-standby mode is engaged after 5 minutes of inactivity.

Premium-grade materials: KW Series is designed to withstand the rigors of professional use. Advanced construction processes, premium-grade Baltic birch cabinetry, ergonomic, cast aluminum handles, low-noise casters (KW181) and a highly protective steel grille provide for ease of transport and long term durability. Integrated M10 suspension points allow for flown applications with a KW M10 KIT (sold separately) and a threaded pole receptacle (KW181) provides for a positive, wobble free connection to a threaded speaker pole (included).

NAMM 2011: Mackie Announce New Studio Monitors





Mackie has announced a complete redesign of its line of affordable self-powered studio monitors – the MRmk2 Mackie reference monitors.

The new monitors will be on display at the 2011 Winter NAMM show in the company’s demo room, 209A/B.

MRmk2 studio monitors are outfitted with new professional transducers specifically designed to match their respective amplification.

Both models employ a 1-inch neodymium magnet-driven soft dome tweeter featuring ferro-fluid cooling to help protect against power compression during wide dynamic playback. The 5.25-inch (MR5mk2) and 8-inch (MR8mk2) hyperbolic-curved cone woofers reduce severe cone resonances, minimizing distortion.

The powerful, precision Class A/B amplifier section provides XLR, TRS and RCA connectivity, along with user-adjustable acoustic controls for simple room correction.

The robust cabinet is rear-ported, reducing distortion, and features an optimally-sized custom Waveguide and molded baffle, offering balance to the HF/LF content while increasing both the stereo imaging and depth of field.

“Mackie is well known for delivering professional monitoring solutions at affordable prices,” states Mackie product manager Matt Redmon.

“Our new MRmk2 monitors deliver on all fronts, from an extended low-frequency response unmatched in their category, to the clear definition of mids and highs upon which engineers stake their reputations,” he adds.

New MRmk2 Series monitors will be available worldwide February, 2011, and again, on display at 2011 Winter NAMM in demo room 209A/B.

The MR5mk2 will have a U.S. MSRP of $199.99 and MR8mk2 will have a U.S. MSRP of $329.99.

Friday, January 28, 2011

FUNNY BUT TOO IMPRESSIVE James Zabiela EFX_UFO

Paul van Dyk Interview Part 1+2


Genelec 8260A Tri-Amplified DSP Monitoring System

The new Genelec 8260A 3-way DSP system is a masterpiece in electro-acoustic design which features major advances in audio driver technology integrated to a sophisticated enclosure design.

Genelec MDC™ Minimum Diffraction Coaxial Mid/High driver technology takes a big step in perfecting audio quality in professional active studio monitors. This breakthrough in coaxial driver design provides more accurate imaging and improved sound quality both on the acoustical axis as well as off-axis. The extremely smooth frequency response leads to outstanding clarity and definition of the inner details of the music.

The 8260A combines, for the first time, a coaxial driver (MDC™) with a modern waveguide technology (DCW™), ensuring drivers to couple coherently over their full operating bandwidth, as well as creating coincident mid-frequency/high frequency point source.

As a new member of the TEC Award-winning 8200 Series, the 8260A features Genelec DSP signal processing responsible for all loudspeaker functions, such as the crossover filters, driver equalizers, driver position alignment, room response alignment, calibration, and equalization related filters as well as distance compensating delays.

The Genelec Loudspeaker Manager™ (GLM™) software manages all these functions allowing the 8260A to be used together with other 8200 Series DSP monitors and 7200 Series subwoofers in the same setup. Genelec AutoCal™ automated room calibration and sound system alignment method provides consistent and accurate frequency response for a multichannel audio system in widely varying room environments.

The 8260A is housed in a die-cast aluminum Minimum Diffraction Enclosure™ (MDE™) with acoustically optimized rounded edges to prevent diffractions and yielding superb sound stage imaging. The robust enclosure is also completely immune to vibrations. Each 8260A also comes with an Iso-Pod™ 
(Isolation Positioner/Decoupler™) which eliminates coloration of the sound by decoupling the monitor from its mounting surface. For ideal mounting in differing environments, the 8260A includes integrated rear support points for various floor and wall stands.



Genelec 8260 has been recognized as the Gear of the Year 2010 by Audio Media with the select few who have released products in 2010 that are seen to be innovative and outstanding in their field.




2010 Resolution AwardsGenelec 8260A has won the Monitoring category in the 2010 Resolution Awards. The Resolution Awards aim to recognize outstanding quality and innovation in professional audio.



Genelec 8260A has been nominated for the 2010 Technical Excellence & Creativity Award in the category of Outstanding Technical Achievement, Studio Monitor Technology.


Mix Certified Hit Genelec 8260A monitor was selected by the editors of Mix Magazine as one of the Top-20 hits of the AES 2009 show.





Pro Audio Review Par Excellence 2009Genelec 8260A monitor was selected by the editorial staff of Pro Audio Review as one ot the 25 announced winners of the 2009 PAR Excellence Award. This award is presented to professional audio companies that introduced a particularly significant new product at the 127th AES Convention.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Introducing the ZeRO SL MkII


ZeRO SL Mk II has been designed to give you complete control over your music making software. We have worked with each of the main DAW manufacturers to make sure each of the 56 knobs, faders and buttons control the things in your software that you need them to control. However, the really clever bit is that SL MkII can directly control your plug-in instruments and FX. The control surface is almost identical to the SL MkII keyboards, but it has longer throw faders (60mm) and a central crossfader. Weighing in at ???gms and being bus powered, it is already a firm favourite with performers.

ZeRO SL MkII comes with Automap Control Software

What is Automap?
Automap is a piece of software that comes with all Novation controllers. It has been designed to make the job of assigning your hardware controls to various software parameters quick and easy. 





In Control
Automap enables knobs, faders and buttons to instantly control plug-in instruments/FX, as well as your sequencer's mixer, transport controls and more…


Click, touch Its assigned!
Open a plug-in instrument/FX, and you have instant access to all the plug-in parameters. This allows you to assign knobs, faders and buttons, by simply clicking on the software parameter, and touching the control!


For more information about Automap click here
 
Turning MIDI control on its head
Why most MIDI controllers are rubbish:
Although they may have faders and knobs, assigning them to things in your software means digging through 100s of MIDI controller numbers. Or even worse, knobs and faders can only control a few basic functions.

Computer musicians often work with lots of plug-in instruments and FX. Keeping track of what your knobs and faders are controlling is next to impossible. So, you end up just using a tiny number of them, even if you have loads on your controller.


Why SL MkII is brilliant:
We have worked with the major software companies so when you want to control instruments and effects, you simply click on the thing you want to control, touch the knob, fader or button, and its instantly assigned! Mixer and transport control also work seamlessly in all major sequencers.  

Works with your sequencer
SL MkII will give you transport and mixer control in all major DAW/sequencers. You can also get instant control of external plug-in instruments/FX (like Native Instruments and FXpansion which are not included with your DAW).
SL MkII will also give you instant control over major DAWs own plug-in instruments/FX - see below:
 




 

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

PIONEER DELIVERS NEW CONTROLLER DESIGNED FOR SERATO

Turnkey Solution Offers Software and Hardware Integration for DJs Mixing Beats with Serato ITCH DJ Software
LONG BEACH, Calif. (January 11, 2011) – Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc.’s Professional Sound and Visual Division today announced its DDJ-S1 DJ controller specifically designed for use with the popular Serato® ITCH™ DJ software. The DDJ-S1 controller is designed for the next generation of DJ entertainers who leverage digital music files at home or on the go. DDJ-S1 features the same operability and functionality of a professional player and mixer setup in addition to exceptional audio quality.

“Use of the laptop computers for DJ performances continues to be prevalent and the demand for quality controllers combined with an instinctual software interface is growing,” said David Arevalo, senior marketing manager, Professional Sound and Visual Division for Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. “The DDJ-S1 paired with Serato ITCH DJ software fully maximizes the ‘Pioneer DJ experience’, giving users of our products the necessary tools to create the best performance possible.”

The DDJ-S1 allows for easy transfer of music from the user’s laptop with a USB connection for simplicity and quick “plug-and-play” capability. For additional convenience, the controller also comes with a space saving computer dock that allows a laptop’s keyboard to slip directly under the controller, enabling its monitor to be closer to the DJ to provide fast visuals of song information while mixing. The device adopts Pioneer’s “P-LOCK Fader Cap,” designed to prevent the fader caps from slipping.

Key Features Include:



  • Plug-and-Play USB Connectivity – All buttons and knobs have been pre-assigned, so users can quickly connect the controller to their laptops with the use of a USB cable, enabling them to start their performances without having to adjust any complicated settings. Additionally, the DDJ-S1 can be powered through the laptop’s USB port.*1




  • Multiple Input and Output Options – The controller is equipped with various inputs and outputs including a balanced XLR output and 2 Microphone inputs (XLR, 1/4 inch PHONE) for connection to professional PA equipment.*2




  • Designed Specifically for Serato ITCH DJ Software with Advanced Pioneer Functionality – The DDJ-S1 offers tight integration with Serato ITCH DJ software and is loaded with original functionality. Unique features include song progression status on a LED display; an alphabetic search function for quick song selection from large music collections; and a slip mode for looping, reversing, and scratching without changing the song tempo. The DDJ-S1 also includes needle search functionality to quickly skip through songs to a preferred playback point.




  • Specially Designed User Interface – The controller layout and Serato ITCH software interface are the same, ensuring ease-of-use and precise control. The DDJ-S1 is modeled after the established design of the professional Pioneer DJ player and mixer and integrates centrally placed level meters and an effect control area, so DJs can add Serato ITCH DJ FX to the mix.




  • Highest-Quality Sound - The controller is optimized for Serato ITCH DJ software and incorporates technology from Pioneer’s professional line of DJ equipment to ensure the highest quality sound output.

    Additional Features Include:




  • Proprietary lock mechanism called the P-LOCK Fader Cap designed to prevent fader caps from slipping. *3




  • Premiere built-in sound card.




  • Both microphone inputs are equipped with a talk-over function to lower the music volume when receiving voice input from the microphone.

    The Pioneer DDJ-S1 will be available in March 2011 with a suggested retail price of $1599.

    Specifications
    Included Software: Serato ITCH
    Input Terminals: Mic x 2 (top XLR / 1/4" Phone, front 1/4" Phone), AUX x 1 (RCA)
    Output Terminals: Master Out x 2 (XLR & RCA), Headphone Monitor Out x 2 (front 1/4" Phone, Mini-pin)
    Other Terminals: USB-B Connector x 1
    Frequency Range: 20Hz to 20kHz
    Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.01 % or less
    Included AC Adaptor: 120V (60 Hz), rated output 5V DC
    External Dimensions: 26.8in (W) x 12.5in (D) x 3.7in (H)
    Weight: 11 lbs
    Compatible OS: Mac OS X (10.4.11, 10.5.11, 10.6 or later), Windows® 7 Home Premium/Professional/Ultimate, Windows® Vista Home Basic/Home Premium/Ultimate/Business (SP1 and later), Windows® XP Home Edition/Professional (SP3 and later). (Note: Not compatible with Windows® XP Professional x64 edition)

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    *1 Some functions are limited. Furthermore, depending on the power supply of the USB port of the computer, the controller of may not operate on bus power. If this occurs, connection of the included AC adapter is required.
    *2 Devices to amplify sounds such as microphone, amplifier, or speaker.
    *3 According to research by Pioneer as of November 2010. Patent pending.

    PIONEER is a registered trademark of Pioneer Corporation.
    SERATO and ITCH are registered trademarks of Serato Audio Research.




  • Monday, January 17, 2011

    Rane SL 4 for Serato Scratch Live!





    What is the Rane SL 4?

    The Rane SL 4 for Serato Scratch Live is the ultimate high-end solution for professional DJs.
    The SL 4 is the first standalone DJ interface to offer two USB ports, superior sound with 96kHz sample rate and 24-bit digital audio processing and galvanic isolation to eliminate computer noise and interference.
    Teamed with low latency ASIO and Core Audio drivers, the SL 4 can also be used as a high-grade studio production tool.

     All of this in one powerful package, masterfully crafted by Rane.









     

    Feature and performance enhancements include:

    • Inputs for four turntables or CD decks switchable in any combination.
    • Two high-speed USB 2.0 ports for seamless DJ changeover and back-to-back performance.
    • Aux Input for session recording or LiveFeed.
    • Aux Output assignable to the SP-6 Sample Player and The Bridge.
    • 48 kHz and 96 kHz sample rate switch on the SL 4 rear.
    • 10-in 10-out USB sound card with any software supporting ASIO or Core Audio.
    • Built in galvanic isolation for the purest audio signal.
    • Four software-switchable analog Thru connections for regular vinyl or CD.
    • Bus power from either USB port or the included external power supply.

    Ableton & Serato Release The Bridge



    Ableton and Serato are pleased to announce the release of The Bridge, a software partnership which brings together DJ performance and production. The new tools generated by this partnership emphasize ease and creativity while pushing the boundaries of live performance.

    "The Bridge encourages DJs to become producers and producers to become DJs. We can't yet see the limits of where these combined tools will take our users, but it will be exciting to watch," says Ableton CEO Gerhard Behles.

    'Ableton Transport Control' allows tight synchronization between Ableton Live and Serato Scratch Live. DJs can control multitrack productions using a turntable or CDJ; pitching, nudging and looping just as with a regular record or CD. It's like having Ableton Live on one of your decks.

    The 'Ableton View' in Scratch Live opens a window into Live's Session View, where you can launch clips and scenes, control instruments and devices, mix, mute and solo from Scratch Live. Tight Beatgrid implementation ensures that Ableton Live stays locked to the timing of your DJ set.

    Record Serato DJ performances as Ableton Live Sets, complete with song placement and fader movements. Then use Ableton Live's collection of effects, instruments and production tools to edit, enhance and polish the mix.

    "It was only through close collaboration between Serato and Ableton developers that we could bring out the best elements of both programs in The Bridge," Nathan Holmberg, Lead Serato Developer for The Bridge explains.

    "We worked hard to find the balance between innovation and practicality, giving DJs the freedom to experiment, while maintaining the reliability that we are renowned for."

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    Using The Bridge
    To get The Bridge, download the latest versions of Ableton Live / Suite and Serato Scratch Live 2.1.1 or above. Open both programs at the same time with Rane hardware attached to activate The Bridge online.
    Note: Support for ITCH is coming soon. Stay tuned to www.serato.com for more information.

    Sunday, January 16, 2011

    Furniture for your Recording Studio






    Old conventional furniture can easily be used in your recording studio, but having custom designed furniture for your studio does have its advantages. Most studio desks are built to give you the most efficient access to the most amount of equipment. This is done with adjustable, swivel, speaker stands to match the height of your ears when you are sitting in front of desk. Another common feature is sliding stands for the monitor, musical keyboard, or computer keyboard. Allowing you to reach all of the main components of your set up directly in front of you.

    When sitting in your chair in front of your mixer, realize that anything within an arms reach of you is a prime location for whatever equipment you find yourself using most. When all of your gear is organized efficiently than you can begin maximizing your creative possibilities when laying down tracks.

    The other vitally important piece of furniture in your recording studio is your chair. This may sound very trivial but when you think about it, it is the most used piece of furniture in the room. Recording studio engineers spend allot of time sitting, so why not sit in comfort. The more comfortable you are in your studio the less distracted you will be when trying to focus on a mix or a long session of recording.

    Get Rid of Clutter

    Clean up your studio of all clutter lying around and then clean it very thoroughly this is important for a few reasons. Keeping your studio clean is a good way of keeping down the dust levels in the room, in turn keeping all of your equipment virtually dust free. Although don't think that this will allow you to skip regular maintenance of your recording equipment. The other benefit to keeping a clutter free studio is that it will help your mood and your creativity boosting productivity of your time spent in the studio.

    Rack Mount Stands and Cases

    Racks come in a variety of styles and sizes, to cater to any of your needs. There are two main categories of racks. Those meant for taking on the road gigging and those meant to be stationary in your studio, many road cases are good for both. If you buy a desk custom designed for recording studios it will have several spaces for holding your rack mount recording equipment. If your needing something with more flexibility some rack are adjustable and can be positioned at many different angles for optimal positioning of your rack mount gear. For anyone who has a multi computer based set up will want to invest in a server rack to house all of the computer power backing the studio. These machines can even be kept in a different room and accessed remotely to avoid excessive noise in your recording studio.

    Placement of your Speakers

    Whether you are using speaker stands, wall mount brackets, or the hutch of your studio desk speaker placement is key to having a good sounding and useful studio. Some recording engineers turn their speakers on their side claiming that the speakers can be positioned to target your ear level directly both tweeter and mid speaker in a vertical stance, the argument against this would be, that it would offset the angle in which your ears are receiving the sound giving a false perception of the true l/r stereo panning, because the tweeter and mid range would project a few degrees apart horizontally when targeted toward your ears.

    I don't want to go to in depth on proper placement of speaker as there is just not enough space to scratch the surface of this topic. There are many solutions for mounting, hanging, or supporting speakers of all weight and size. The acoustical treatment and room you are putting the speakers in effect where and how you will want to position your speakers.

    Equipment Storage

    Recording studios can be kept picture perfect with the aid of small cabnits or drawer units, to store excessive cables and microphones that are not currently in use in the studio. Not only does this keep your studio clean and clutter free but it stops cables from getting snagged and saves mics from being knocked over and damaged. Guitar stands and instrument stands are essentials, these will keep your instruments in top shape between recordings and breaks. You don't want to have to put your guitar away in its case every time you want to take a break. Guitar stands also prolong the life of your guitar from neck warps and damage while outside of its guitar case.

    Last but not least is accessories for all of your new furniture, for some reason lava lamps have shown great popularity amongst recording studios, or you can always add a nice piece of artwork, or unique lighting to help set your mood when producing a track in your studio.

    Saturday, January 15, 2011

    SFL-1 Flat Panel Speaker (PIONEER)



    Pioneer has created a slim design speaker by using NXT™ SurfaceSound™, based on Distributed Mode Loudspeaker technology. The S-FL1 flat panel speaker is designed for high quality omni directional sound, making it ideal for architectural installations, stylish bars and cutting edge mobile DJs.

    Features

    • Radiate Sound From Front and Rear Surface
    • 2" Deep Speaker can be Configured Vertically or Horizontally
    • Magnetically Shielded to Avoid Interference with Other Electronics Such as Microphones


    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

    Speaker type: flat-panel, open-back (magnetically shielded)
    Maximum power: 240W
    Weight: 21.8lbs
    Dimensions: 26.6”(W) x 19.7”(H) x 2.2”(D)

    AUDIO OUTPUT

    Exciter: voicecoil diameter 0.98” x4
    Nominal impedence: 8Ω
    Frequency response: 60 - 16,000Hz
    Sensitivity: 1m, 1w

    Friday, January 14, 2011

    PIONEER HDJ-500 W


    DJ headphones for home, on the go or at the club.

    The HDJ-500 DJ headphones are designed for a flexible DJ lifestyle by adapting to both DJing at home, in the club or auditioning your dance music on the go.

    Using technology from headphones further up the range as well as new innovations, the HDJ-500 makes monitoring the tempo of dance music more accurate than before.

    • Lightweight stylish design utilising HDJ-2000 technology
    • Also available in black and red
    • Sound engineered to strongly reproduce low and mid level frequencies
    • Latest technology produces crystal clear sound
    • 60 degrees rotating arm and flexible headband for DJ monitoring
    • 3m cord for DJ use & 1m interchangeable short chord included for listening on the go

    Thursday, January 13, 2011

    THE TOP 100 FEMALE DJs

    1. DJ RAP - YOUR FAVOURITE FEMALE DJ
    LOS ANGELES, USA
    Drum n' Bass, House
    http://www.dj-rap.com
    2 : LISA LASHES
    LECEISTER, UK
    Hard House, Breaks
    http://www.djlisalashes.com
    3 : MISS KITTIN
    BERLIN, GERMANY
    House, Electro
    http://www.misskittin.com
    4 : MISSTRESS BARBARA
    MONTREAL
    Techno, House
    http://www.misstressbarbara.com
    5 : DJ IRENE
    LOS ANGELES, USA
    Techno, Hardcore
    http://www.djirene.net
    6: ANNE SAVAGE
    Hard dance, Breaks
    http://www.annesavage.net
    7 : BABY ANNE
    LOS ANGELES USA
    Breaks
    http://www.bassqueen.com
    8 : DJ HEATHER
    CHICAGO, USA
    House
    http://www.ilovedjheather.com
    9 : SANDRA COLLINS
    LOS ANGELES, USA
    Trance
    http://www.sandracollins.com
    10 : MAGDA
    MISSION VIEJO, US
    Techno
    http://www.womenoftechno.com/magda.html
    11 : SHORTEE
    LOS ANGELES, USA
    Breaks & Breakbeat, Dancehall, Drum n' Bass, Hip Hop, House, Jungle

    12 : MARA BRUISER
    SAO PAOLO, BRASIL
    Techno

    13 : REID SPEED
    LOS ANGELES, USA
    Breaks, Drum n' Bass
    http://www.reidspeed.com
    14 : MEA
    LOS ANGELES, USA
    Breaks, Progressive, Tech House

    15 : MONIKA KRUSE
    BERLIN, GERMANY
    Techno
    http://www.monikakruse.de
    16 : JEN MAS
    NEW YORK CITY, USA
    80s, Drum n' Bass, Electro-breaks, Freestyle,
    Hard Trance, Hardcore, Hip Hop, House, Jungle,
    Techno

    17 : SMOKIN JO
    LONDON, UK
    House
    http://www.smokinjo.com
    18 : COLETTE
    LOS ANGELES, USA
    House
    http://www.djcolette.com
    19 : DJ JOLENE
    NEW YORK CITY, USA
    House

    20 : ELLEN ALLIEN
    BERLIN, GERMANY
    Techno
    http://www.ellenallien.de
    21 : KELLILICIOUS
    LONDON, UK
    House

    22 : K-MILLA
    RIO DI JANIERO, BRASIL
    Electro, Techno

    23 : TRACY YOUNG
    MIAMI BEACH, USA
    Techno
    http://www.djtracyyoung.com
    24 : ANNALYZE
    ROCHESTER, NY USA
    2-Step, Breaks, Hip Hop

    25 : LISA PINUP
    UK
    Hard House
    http://www.trustthedj.com/LisaPinUp/bio.php?djid=2074
    26 : LOTTIE
    LONDON, UK
    House
    http://www.djlottie.com
    27 : DJ LUCCA
    CZECH REPUBLIC
    Techno

    28 : LADY DANA
    MONNICKENDAM, NETHERLANDS,
    Techno, Trance, Hardcore
    http://www.ladydana.com
    29 : JEN LASHER
    ANNAPOLIS, USA
    Breaks
    http://www.jenlasher.com
    30 : DJ LORI
    CHICAGO, USA
    Electro, Electro-house, Freestyle, Funky House,
    Hip Hop, House, Progressive House, Rn'B,
    Tech House, Trance

    31 : SISTER BLISS
    UK
    Techno
    http://www.faithless.co.uk
    32 : LEA LISA
    LYON, FRANCE
    House

    33 : NAHA
    SEATTLE, USA
    Hardcore
    http://www.djnaha.com
    34 : AMBER D
    STAFFORDSHIRE, UK
    Hard House
    http://www.amberd.co.uk
    35 : MINX
    DETROIT, USA
    House, Hip Hop

    36 : JOLIE
    LONDON, UK
    House

    37 : LUNA
    SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
    Electro, Electro-house, House,
    Progressive House, Tech House

    38 : 100% ISIS
    AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
    Tech House

    39 : GAYLE SAN
    LONON, UK
    Techno
    http://www.gaylesan.com
    40 : ELECTRIC INDIGO
    VIENNA, AUSTRIA
    Electro, House, Techno

    41 : TANYA VULCANO
    IBIZA, SPAIN
    House
    http://www.taniavulcano.com
    42 : ANA (PET DUO)
    Brasil
    Techno
    http://www.petduo.com
    43 : LADY D
    CHICAGO
    House

    44 : JANETTE SLACK
    LONDON, UK
    Breaks, House, Electro, Progressive

    45 : MISS KELLY MARIE
    LONDON, UK
    House

    46 : INGRID
    SANTOS, BRAZIL
    Acid House, Tech House, Techno

    47 : LYNDA PHOENIX
    LONDON, UK
    House

    48 : SUZY SOLAR
    FLORIDA, USA
    Hard House, Progressive, Trance

    49 : SCARLETT ETIENNE
    SAN FRANCISCO / NEW YORK CITY, USA
    House

    50 : TERI BRISTOL
    CHICAGO, USA
    House, Trance